Microbiome of the first stool after birth and infantile colic.

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Summary of "Microbiome of the first stool after birth and infantile colic."

Recent studies have shown a diverse microbiome in the first stool after birth. The clinical significance of the microbiome of the first stool is not known. Infantile colic has earlier been associated with the composition of the intestinal microbiome.


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Name: Pediatric research
ISSN: 1530-0447


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